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" For the critics, they have their business, and I mine; as the nursery proverb goes— "The children in Holland take pleasure in making What the children in England take pleasure in breaking. "
Waverley Novels: Vol. 7 - Página 12
por Walter Scott - 1845 - 727 páginas
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The Fortunes of Nigel, Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1822 - 355 páginas
...your mind from cant." JPor the critics, they have their business, and I mine ; as the nursery proverb goes — " The children in Holland take pleasure in...England take pleasure in breaking." ' I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to have time for considering whether they swallow or...
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The Fortunes of Nigel, Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1822 - 355 páginas
...your mind from cant." For the critics, they have their business, and I mine 4 as the nursery proverb goes— " The children in Holland take pleasure in...England take pleasure in breaking." I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to have time for considering whether they swallow or...
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The fortunes of Nigel: a romance, Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1822 - 313 páginas
...your mind from cant." For the critics, they have their business, and I mine; as the nursery pro* verb goes-*^ The children in Holland take pleasure in making...children in England take pleasure in breaking." I am that humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to "have time for considering whether they...
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The Fortunes of Nigel, Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1822 - 355 páginas
...pleasure in making What the children in England take pleasure in breaking ", , I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to have time for considering whether they s wallow or reject it.—To the public, I stand pretty nearly in the relation of the postman who leaves...
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Novels and Romances of the Author of Waverley, Volumen20

Walter Scott - 1825
...the critics, they have their business, and I mine ; as the nursery proverb goes — The children of Holland take pleasure in making What the children...England take pleasure in breaking. I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to have time for considering whether they swallow or...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volumen4

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...children in HollanJ lahe pleiwiire in making What the children in England uiie pleasure in break Inf." am their humble jackal, too busy in providing food...swallow or reject it.— To the public, I stand pretty iiuorly in the relation nf the poitman who leaves a packet at the dunr of an individual. If it coQTnins...
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Waverley Novels: From the Last Rev. Ed., Containing the Author's Final ...

Walter Scott - 1852
...your mind from cant." For the critics, they have their business, and I mine ; as the nursery proverb goes — The children in Holland take pleasure in making What the children ill England take pleasure in breaking. I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them,...
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The fortunes of Nigel

Walter Scott - 1853
...your mind from cant." For the critics, they have their business, and I mine ; as the nursery proverb goes — The children in Holland take pleasure in...England take pleasure in breaking. I am their humble jackall, too busy in providing food for them, to have time for considering whether they swallow or...
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George Mogridge: His Life, Character, and Writings

Charles Williams - 1856 - 370 páginas
...Europe;" and his description was literally true. There is a familiar couplet : — " The children of Holland take pleasure in making What the children in England take pleasure in breaking ; " but the Dutch acquired their power of producing carts and horses, guns, drums, and trumpets, and...
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The Waverley Novels, Volumen26

Walter Scott - 1860
...your mind from cant." For the critics, they have their business, and I mine ; as the nursery proverb goes — " The children in Holland take pleasure in...they swallow or reject it. — To the public, I stand prettynearly in the relation of the postman who leaves a packet at the door of an individual. If it...
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